@Don I dont believe I attacked you with a vengence, unless you are 'obsolete' as well as Ahatmose, I mearly said that that 'reminder of what you are about' reminds me of a segment of the population is retarded, no offense. If you quote shakespeare, get it right.
@ green ruby Yea like I said I am working on a remake I just had alot of personal turmoil over the last and not a lot of time to work on it. Here is a link to a better pic so you can draw your own conclusions. Whether or not you believe it looks like a crater or not. frankly I am not seeking approval here, I have done detailed modeling and measurements and I am totally convinced of its authenticy. A direct correlation between crater size and destructive force cannot be assumed here because the nature of the impact was much different than the one that killed the dinosaurs, both in trajectory and composition.
@richarddullum Thanks for making my point to johnny there about the volcanic plumes, I have been offline for a while and was unable to defend my position.
@Essan Humans, even vikings had neglible impacts on the environment and I think its by far the most laughable theories every put forth to explain the megafaunal extinction event.
It was more than just an event that shifted the crust, it resulted in massive ecosystem shift. The very engine of climate is our ocean currents, its a huge balanced radiator. What drives climate and temperature is the Ocean and Air currents, not necessarily the lattitude.
If you look at the poles as they are now, Antarctica holds about 70% of the worlds ice, and the Arctic holds the 30%. We call the time the 'Ice-Age' not because it was a particularly cold age, but because the balance of ice then was top heavy. As it exists now, the area around the North pole is primarily Ocean, with very little landmass, and the Area around the south pole is is almost completely covered in land. Prior to the shift however, the opposite is true. Now the balance of Ice is at the South pole, is it a coincidence? Frankly I believe if I had access to a programming team and a supercomputer, a computer model would be able to be constructed to simulate this event, and the resulting corelation between land area at pole, glaciation and ocean currents as a result of the shift.
Does Graham Hancock ever chime in?